Adult Social Groups
Colden Common Community Care Trust Care Group
We currently have 44 volunteers who undertake various tasks to help others in need of assistance in our community.
We have cooks for our weekly lunch club, car transport drivers to take clients to appointments at the dentist, doctors, hospital etc and a team of drivers for our mini bus.
We are a registered charity.
Please contact Mo on 02380 692611
For elderly people, who would benefit from a lunch and social time together.
Every Wednesday, at the Community Centre, a team of willing volunteers provide a home cooked two course lunch for £3.00. We can collect you by mini-bus
Call Jenny 01962 713784
We offer a shopping trips on Wednesdays and Thursday
Call Dave Walton 01962 712986, email@example.com), or Carole Allen 01962 714288, firstname.lastname@example.org
Have you ever wanted to build a rocking horse for your granddaughter or a racing car for your grandson?
We may have the answer for you.
In Colden Common, there is now a group of mature men with a Shed in which you can talk or tinker to your hearts content. Our diverse band of chaps meets at the Colden Common Shed, situated in the Pavilion, which is on Main Road, Colden Common (opposite the Black Horse). At present, we meet anytime between 2pm to 6pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays, although this will probably change as the membership expands.
If you are interested in joining us, or feel like being nosy, please pop in for a chat and a cuppa. Alternatively, you could email us at email@example.com, phone Adrian Kelly on 01962 712589 or view the website www.thecoldencommonshed.blogspot.co.uk
Colden Common Womens Institute
President: Carole Allen, 01962 714288
Secretary: Jenny Gray, 01962 713784
We meet on the second Thursday of each month in the Church Rooms, 154 Main Rd, Colden Common. SO21 1TJ.
The meetings open at 7.15pm for a 7.30 pm start.
Our programme is varied to appeal to everyone.
For more information click HERE
Colden Common Friendship Club
Open to ladies and gentleman over 50 years, out meeting take place on alternate Monday afternoons from 2.00pm to 4.00pm at Holy Trinity Church Rooms, Main Road, Colden Common.
A mini bus is available for those without transport. We have a varied programme including coach trips (open to non-members if seats are available), visiting speakers, entertainers and games etc.
New members are very welcome for information contact 01962 711056 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Good Company - originally the Club 55 - a social club for adults
Wednesdays 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm Community Centre enquiries 01962 715789 or 02380 692409
The place to make new friends, play cards and board games, quiz sheets, computer and internet available, refreshments, have a chat.
Music, new age kurling, skittles and table tennis available on request
Maureen Rees - 023 8069 2409
Colden Common Music and Drama Group
The group stages a variety of productions in and around the village, including plays, pantomimes and concerts. The drama side of the group meets irregularly, but the singing group can be found each Thursday at 7.45pm in the Patrick Moore room at the Community Centre. No audition is needed, we sing for pleasure and you will be made very welcome.
Group secretary: Teresa
023 8069 4423
Please see below for the forthcoming 2017 programme for Colden Common Gardening Club. All the meetings start at 7.30pm in the Community Centre. Visitors and new members welcome.
25th January - American Supper
22nd February - Ray Broughton - Talk on Common Pests & Diseases
29th March - Tony - Gardening Pictorial Revue
26th April - Ruth ‘Lady Gardener’ - Talk on Creating a Cottage Garden
27th September - AGM + Jim McDonald - Talk on Growing Sweet Peas
25th October - Helen (+ pumpkin soup) - Winchester Cathedral Flower Arranger
29th November - Chapter & Verse (+ mince pies) - Gardens and Gardeners their delights & foibles
Secretary: Eileen Pointer 02380 265503.
Chairman: Henry James 01962 712991
Janet Quantick - 01962 714198
Colden Common is twinned with St. Vigor-Le-Grand, a small community near Bayeaux. Our aim is to promote and foster friendship and understanding between the two communities. We hope to extend cultural, recreational, educational and commercial activities also. We organise fund raising activities to pursue these aims. We are a very sociable and friendly group. Why not give twinning a try? An ability to speak French is not a necessity - just a liking for food, wine and good company.